TAROT - The Royal Road

The Tarot's original author is unknown.  It is also uncertain as to exactly where and when the Tarot came into existence, but some believe that it originated in Ancient Egypt about 3,500 years ago and was brought to Europe by the Rom, or Gypsies, as they travelled to Europe from India. 

The actual word Tarot is made up of the two Egyptian words, 'Tar' meaning 'royal' and 'ot' meaning 'road'  –  the Royal Road (Destiny or Spiritual Pathway). The oracle's first appearance in Europe seems to have been in the late fourteenth century, most likely in Italy.

The increasing religious intolerance of the early Christians, and their attempts to suppress esoteric knowledge, wisdom and sacred truths from humanity, in order to instil and enforce their own 'Man's Law', forced the philosophers of the day to encrypt the esoteric secrets into the Tarot cards to keep the ancient wisdom, mysteries and truths hidden and safe from manipulation and persecution.

The Tarot was devised using the principles of the Cabala (the Tree of Life – Yggdrasil is displayed prominently within the deck) and the Runes, Astrology, the Elements and Numerology and many other oracles of old.  The Tarot also incorporates and co-relates to the I Ching, colour and its vibration and influence, and the Chakras.  Symbolism plays an intricate part and is synonymous amongst all the oracles.

The Tarot consists of a deck of seventy eight (78) cards in total.  This is made up of 22 Major Arcana cards numbered from 0 to 21 and the Minor Arcana of 56 cards.

The Major Arcana is composed of twenty-two cards, which is the number of letters in the Hebrew alphabet, the number of the Runic Pathways in the Tree of Life trestleboard, and is a Master number in the science of Numerology.

The ten numbered cards in each suit of the Minor Arcana, correspond with the ten sephiram in the Trestleboard of the Toth.

The Major Arcana has direct relevance to the Hebrew Cabala because not only does the number of cards correspond to the number of letters in the Hebrew alphabet, but many of the cards suggest symbolism for Yggdrasil, the Tree of Life, that forms the basis of much of the Kabbalistic wisdom. 

The Major Arcana depicts the different stages of life we must go through until our 'soul journey 'is complete. Throughout the nature of our existence on this planet as humans, we will encounter several beginnings and endings throughout our lifetime, that are represented by the archetypes portrayed on the cards. 

The Major Arcana depicts matters relating to the soul, spirit or destiny of our lives that often indicate Karmic lessons and themes that we must experience in this lifetime. They point out issues that are occurring within our psyche, rather than external, everyday events, as depicted in the Minor Arcana.

The number of cards in the Major Arcana, 22, is also a Master Number in the science of Numerology.

The Minor Arcana consists of the remaining 56 cards, and depict the more ordinary details that form a meaningful pattern in our lives. They portray the day-to-day events in our daily lives. These events are not cataclysmic or life-changing situations, but rather the daily routines of family, home, work and survival.

The 56 cards of the Minor Arcana are divided into four sets of fourteen cards;  each suit consisting of 10 numbered cards and 4 Court cards.  The suits, Cups, Pentacles, Swords and Wands, co-relate to the four basic elements of life:

Water - Cups;   Earth – Swords;
Air – Pentacles;   and Water - Wands


Joanne Walmsley
Sacred Scribes

NUMEROLOGY  -  The Vibration and Energy of Numbers

ANGEL NUMBERS - Repeating Number Sequences


TAROT in relation to NUMEROLOGY

One of the most ancient applications of the science of Numerology has to do with the design and creation of the Tarot cards. 

The numbers on each Tarot card are enormously significant in the interpretation of their meanings. Each Tarot card is specifically numbered, and the images on each card reverberates in order to convey its meaning to the reader or interpreter, who then analyses such matters as current issues, relationships, future options and choices and the like.

Traditionally, there are 56 Minor Arcana cards consisting of the Ace through to Ten, and four Court cards, Page, Knight, Queen and King. 56 was the number chosen esoterically as it symbolizes the God force, Source or the force of the creation principle. This comes from Pagan and Celtic beliefs that the number 56 relates to the Celtic Sun God.

The Celtic Sun God has 14 rays of light shooting out from its head, in the four directions  –  North, South, East West. The 14 Minor Arcana cards reflect these 14 rays. 

The Tarot is a subtle tool that speaks to us in many different ways. The Tarot often presents hidden agendas by including messages that can be deciphered by looking at the combination of numbered cards within the spread. The number of cards has specific indicators of how they relate to the situation.

Each number within each Suit (
Cups, Swords, Wands and Pentacles) represents each particular aspect of human consciousness and experience. 

The numbers 1 to 10 correspond to the Ace to 10, and throughout each Suit the numbers reflect the same or similar values. When Numerology is applied to the Tarot cards it is often the number which gives deeper insight into the hidden meaning of the card.

The Minor Arcana relies upon Numerology to convey is deeper messages and meanings.

0  -  Zero  -  0

0 is the Alpha (beginning) and Omega (the highest) as there is no beginning and no end. All is infinite. The ancients proclaimed that the ‘God force’ is a circle whose centre is everywhere and its circumference is nowhere. 

ZERO is the number of the ‘God’ force and Universal Energies and reinforces, amplifies and magnifies the vibrations of the numbers it appears with. The number ZERO encompasses the attributes of all other numbers, and brings one closer to the ‘God force’ or ‘Source’. 

ZERO is the symbol of ‘nothingness’ and denotes freedom from limitations in this material world.

The number ZERO resonates with the vibrations and energies of eternity, infinity, oneness, wholeness, continuing cycles and flow, and the beginning point. The number 0 stands for potential and/or choice, and when this number presents and recurs it is a message to do with developing one’s spiritual aspects as ZERO is considered to represent the beginning of a spiritual journey and highlights the uncertainties that may entail. It suggests that you listen to your intuition and higher-self as this is where you will find all of your answers.

Zero is a very powerful number, ruled by the planet Pluto and the astrological sign of Scorpio.

Before the advent of the number Zero, humankind’s analytical ability to form complex mathematical concepts were somewhat limited, but Zero changed that and allowed man to advance in his technological evolution.

1  -  One  -  I

Creation, independence, new beginnings, originality, courage, ambition, progress, will power, positiveness, leadership, pioneering, activity, raw energy, force, masculine, assertive, successful, self, leadership, initiative, organizer, instinct, love, intuition, courageous achiever, strength, creativity, self-reliance, tenacious, forceful, authoritive, inspirational, leniency, attainment, happiness, glory, fame, unique, omniscience, fulfilment.

Single-minded, intolerant, conceited, narrow-minded, stubborn, controlling, lacking in emotion, passive, follower, aggressive, dependent, weak-willed, arrogance, dominant.

2  -  Two  -  II

Service, balance, love, harmony, balance, adaptability, diplomacy, charm, friendliness, music rhythm, receptivity, consideration for others, co-operation, purpose, will, understanding, diplomat, friend, artist, enduring peacemaker, gentle, kind, insightful, sensitive, team-player, ambitious, spiritual, well-mannered, placid, just, unselfish, harmonious, sociable, supportive, attention to detail, co-operative, decisive, poise, intuitive, adaptable, agreeable, cautious, considerate, emotional, flexible, loving, understanding, consideration, grace, devotion, the subconscious, balance, mediation, life purpose and soul mission.

Irresolute, indifferent, unable to take responsibility, fearful, weak-willed, submissive, pessimistic, dependent, indecisiveness, hesitation, indecisiveness, lack of balance, unsteady, unstable, insensitive, inflexible, disagreeable, stagnant, inconsiderate, unemotional, unloving, fears making mistakes, fears unplanned change, fears being alone, fear of the unknown.

3  -  Three  -  III

Joy, artistic expression, optimism, inspiration, creativity, communication, good takes, talent, imagination, sociability, friendliness, conception, kindness, compassion, manifestation, easy going, visionary, humour, energetic, growth, expansion, principles of increase, spontaneous, broadminded thinking, kindness, encouragement, assistance, speech, ‘faith, hope and charity’, culture, wit, fun-loving, freedom-seeking, brave, adventurous, exuberant, brilliant, non-confrontational, open-channel, free-form, rhythm, inspiration, love of pleasure, joy, art, passion, surprise, intelligence, sensitivity, psychic ability, social, self-expression, affable, communicative, enthusiastic, youthful, enlivening, imagination. Number 3 also resonates with the energies of the Ascended Masters.

Indifferent, impatient, over-confident, lacking in stamina, easily-hurt, closed-minded, pessimistic, insensitivity, selfish, withdrawn and uncommunicative, anti-social, laziness, sensitivity to criticism, exaggeration, lack of direction, immaturity, sorrow.

4   -   Four  -  IV

Practicality, exactitude, organization, service, patience, application, devotion, conservatism, pragmatism, patriotism, dignity, trust, endurance, worthiness, economy, loyalty, mastery, production, solid foundations, hard work, security-conscious, self-control, loyal, conscientious, hardworking, high morals, traditional values, honesty, strong-willed, practical, wisdom, imperturbable, determination, serious builder, progress, doer, manager, traditional, solid foundations, realistic values, stability, ability, justice, goal-orientated, system, order, management, responsibility, maintenance, constructive, determined, serious, discipline, dependability, conviction.

Stubborn, workaholic, clumsy, dull, inflexible, dislikes change, lack of purpose, disorganised, lacks consciences, lazy, disharmony, undisciplined, dishonest, no value system, limited viewpoint, rigidity, impractical, fears deprivation and loss.

5  -  Five  -  V

Freedom, changes, understanding, versatility, variety, adaptability, curiosity, intelligence, progress, cleverness, life experiences, travel, adventure, non-attachment, sociability, change, upheaval, discord, companionability, release, surrender, freedom-loving, activity, influence, adventurer, sensualist, promoter, natural flair, vivacious, courageous, healthy, sympathetic, motivational, change, idealistic, unconventional, curiosity, magnetic, intellectual, telepathic, experience, pleasure-loving, vitality, visionary, expansion, opportunity, story-telling, imagination, individualism, healing, choice, mercy, kindness, invention, resourceful, magnetic, competitive, learning life lessons through experience.

Rash, irresponsible, dislikes confinement and routine, inconsistent, unreliable, thoughtless, restless, non-committal, inactivity, stagnation, fear of change, rigid in thought, lacks vitality.

6  -  Six  -  VI

Love, harmony, family, home, responsibility, musical talent, sympathy, adjustment, domesticity, guardianship, parenthood, stability, poise, protection, firmness, healing, idealism, balance, justice, conscientiousness, burden-fearing, service, solutions, seeing, responsible, care, teacher, conventional, provider, protector, healer, idealistic, selfless, honest, charitable, faithful, nurturer, truth, order, economy, emotional depth, curiosity, deep love of home and family, humanitarian, service, unselfishness, balance, good provider, peaceful, self-sacrifice, empathy, sympathy, unconditional love, circulation, agriculture, balance, grace, simplicity, ability to compromise, reliable.

Easily-stressed, superiority complex, weak, impractical, submissive, shallowness, restlessness, selfishness, weak-willed, unsupportive.

7  -  Seven  -  VII

Number 7 resonates with the vibrations and energies of the ‘Collective Consciousness’, faith and spirituality, spiritual awareness, spiritual enlightenment, mysticism, intuition and inner-knowing, inner-wisdom, psychic abilities, empathy, the esoteric, inner-selves, deep contemplation, introspection, eccentric, religion, thoughtfulness, understanding of others, natural healer and healing, secrets, myth, ritual, peace, poise, emotions and feelings, inner-strength, endurance and perserverance, persistence of purpose, the ability to bear hardships, quick-wit, the loner, solitary, isolation, long-sighted, the non-conformist, independence and individualism, intentions, manifesting and manifestation in time and space and good fortune.             

Number SEVEN also relates to the attributes of mental analysis, philosophy and philosophical, technicality, scientific research, science, alchemy, genius, a keen mind, specialising and the specialist, the inventor, determination, the written word, logic, understanding, discernment and discerning, knowledge seeking, study, education and learning, writing and the writer, evolution, stability, the ability to set limits, completion, refinement, stoicism, silence, perfection, chastity, dignity, ascetic, rigor, ahead of the times.

Morbid, hypercritical, inactive, anti-social, pessimistic, silent, dependency, depression, stagnant, lack of persistence, pride, narrowness, distance, rigidity, argumentative, temper.

8  -  Eight  -  VIII

Authority, power, material freedom, success, judgement, executive ability, discrimination, management, thoroughness, dependability, self-reliance, success, repose, practicality, consideration, retreat, karma, wisdom, manifesting, abundance, wealth, money, finances, power, riches, status, material, pragmatism, the Ego, provision, aggregation, strength, compassion, dictatorship, delegation, multiples, business, investment, employment, appearance, customs, skills, exchange, reality, world transformation, executive, professional, strength, truth, responsibility, true justice, problem-solver, organiser, achiever, practical, business-like, decisive, controlling, constant, confident, ambitious, authoritarian, self-confident, integrity, challenge, efficiency, dependability, trustworthy, insight, planner, good judgement, sociable, giving and receiving, organisation, stability, works independently, learning through experience, patience, caution, self-discipline, self-sufficient, free-will, discernment, self-discipline, insight, spiritual consciousness, a desire for peace and love for humanity.

8 is linked to Saturn
8 is karma
8 is free-will
8 is responsibility and discernment
8 is true justice

Unimaginative, blunt, self-serving, materialistic, ruthless, obsessive, weak, irresponsible, narrow-mindedness, disorganized, anti-social, selfish, instability, restriction, impractical.

9  -  Nine  -  IX
Universal love, brotherhood/sisterhood, compassion, the humanitarian and humanitarianism, charity, Universal Spiritual Law, magnetism, understanding, sympathy and compassion, romance, generosity, higher perspective, inner-strength, Universal protection, good in public relations, responsible, 'Universal Brotherhood', inner-wisdom, highly intuitive, strength of character, selfishness (learning to say No), humanitarian, creative abilities, sensitive, loyal, forgiving, generalist, multi-talented, teacher, healer, artists, old soul, actor, intelligent, understanding, discreet, brilliant, compassionate, problem-solver, highly intuitive, self-love, freedom, popular, eternity, generous, non-conformist, artistic genius, have a breadth of vision and a wide viewpoint, can be a little eccentric, communicative, influential, philanthropic, duty, calling, soul mission, obligation, mysticism, faith, optimism, Divine wisdom, self-sacrifice, karma, enlightenment, service, compassion, selflessness, high idealism, sympathy, psychic abilities, tolerance, humility, altruism, benevolence, empathy, power, charity, intuition, perfection.

Uncaring, uncommunicative, unreliable, lacks the use of understanding, lack of concern for others, lacks the awareness of intuition, weak concern for the self, lacks sensitivity, self-indulgent,  disloyal, lacks the ability to forgive, detached, lofty, dreamy, lethargic, lacking in concentration, aimless, stress and tension, unreliable, weak willed. 

10  -  Ten  -  X
Leadership, confidence, optimism, energy, independence, creative power and every, success, original, adaptable, individualisation, determination.

The number 10 reduces to the single digit of 1.  The 0 appearing with the number 1 magnifies and amplifies the energies, attributes and vibrations of the number it appears with.

Also see







Joanne Walmsley
Sacred Scribes

NUMEROLOGY  -  The Vibration and Energy of Numbers

ANGEL NUMBERS - Repeating Number Sequences



Animated/animation, ardent, intelligence/ intelligence, dependability, generosity, honesty, inheritance, friendship, nobility, loyalty, understanding, positive, agility, passionate, warmth, competitive, supportive, security, guidance, wisdom and inner-wisdom.



23 / 5


The Spirit of Leadership

11th to the 17th of December

21st of July to the 24th of August

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Cinnamon is used for coldness, poor digestion and for raising the general body metabolism.


The King of Wands indicates ‘man’, positivity, energy, activity and creativity. He is a man of vision filled with energy and is happy and willing to share his wisdom with others. The King of Wands enjoys life and expects and wants the same for others.

An alert and capable man, the King of Wands is intelligent and fair-minded and has the ability to see other people’s point of view or perspective. Excellent at giving sound advice, the King of Wands has the ability to resolve disputes amicably. He is a considerate husband and father, is generous to others, and is dependable and affectionate.

The King of Wands depicts a person who is energetic, active and daring. He is competent and trustworthy, and is a valued and skilled worker. In leadership roles, the King of Wands excels.

The King of Wands is related to the Astrological sign of Aries. The cardinal qualities of activities, creativity and dynamism are expressed through the Fire element as a desire for action and adventure.

The symbol of the Lion is emblazoned upon the King of Wands’ throne, suggesting power, strength and leadership.

The Salamander relates to the legends and represents fire.

The King of Wands relates to the number 23 / 5, and this number suggests someone who is deeply attached to his home. He has mediumship and psychic abilities and his energy brings with it a strong sense of adventure. It suggests a person who likes and demands his freedom and allows the same freedom to others.

When the King of Wands appears in a reading, it may be an indication that someone with the relating attributes will have a strong influence in your life. This may be through meeting a fiery, impulsive, enthusiastic person, or it may mean that you yourself will have to develop some of the optimism and exuberance that the King of Wands possesses.

When the King of Wands appears in a spread it tells of someone who is secure within himself and his financial standing. This person may have a tendency to be strong and generous, and can also be quite impulsive at times. His appearance in a tarot spread may be indicating that there is a likelihood of some unexpected financial gain.

The King of Wands asks you to take your time and consider all avenues in regards to an upcoming agreement or contract.

The presence of the King of Wands in a reading indicates that there is a focus on your ambitions.

Appearing in a reading, the King of Wands can suggest that you may have a favourable encounter with an assertive male who will support you during a difficult time. As a result of this encounter, you may benefit financially.

In the context of a reading, the King of Wands tells that although you will gain much from the support of the
King of Wands, it is important to remember one’s own strengths and abilities. This is a time during which you are feeling confident and you should use this confidence to inspire others whose situations are less favourable.

When the King of Wands appears in a spread, it is an indication that you are about to enter a period of self-expansion and growth on many levels.

Career-wise, with the King of Wands appearing in a spread, it indicates that business should be profitable and/or a promotion is on the way. If you are self-employed, expect your business to flourish and prosper in short time.

The King of Wands can indicate that some unexpected finances may be on their way, either via a type of inheritance, money repaid from long ago, or a lucky win.

The King of Wands in a reading also indicates that you need to remember to keep well balanced within yourself.


With Two Other KINGS of Any Suit:
When the King of Wands appears in a spread with another two Kings of any suit, it is an indication that some sort of public recognition, publicity, small promotions, celebration and/or humour is apparent.

With 3 KINGS of Any Suit:
Implies success with a particular business transaction.

A Spread With 4 KINGS:
Complete success with all endeavours is indicated when all four Kings appear in a spread.

With Many Other COURT Cards:
When the King of Wands appears in a reading with many other Court Cards, it indicates that many people are involved in a situation.

With Many WANDS:
A profusion of Wands in a spread will generally indicate a situation involving ‘enterprise’ and ‘distinction’.
When the King of Wands appears in a spread with many Wands, it indicates movement, change and being particularly active at this time.


Unpredictability, bigotry, contradictory behaviour, severity, intolerance, narrow-mindedness,

Reversed, the King of Wands is an intolerable man who can be very narrow-minded and over-critical of others. He is selfish, thoughtless and his loyalty is questionable. The King of Wands truly believes that he always knows what is best for everyone, and can be accused of being patronizing. He appears to be incapable of listening to anyone else’s point of view, and as a result is often accused of being insensitive and unsympathetic.

When the King of Wands appears reversed in a spread, it is an indication that it is not an auspicious time to make demands or to use manipulation to get your own way, as it will be to the detriment of others, and ultimately, yourself.

When the King of Wands appears reversed in a reading it asks you to be wary of characters whose integrity is doubtful, and you should be prepared to remain calm in a possible crisis.

When the King of Wands appears reversed in a spread, it may be an indication of someone who is arrogant, intolerant and strict within his demeanour. It may be warning of a disagreement or dispute. Do not allow someone in a authoritarian role to be aggressive towards you. 

The reversed King of Wands may be implying an awkward business meeting or an uncomfortable social situation. You are advised to retreat from the situation.

The reversed King of Wands asks you to double-check all the facts and ensure they are correct. Go over all plans, ideas and concepts before undertaking anything of importance as you may find that details or facts are incorrect and will need adjusting prior to commencing. Also, carefully check the ‘fine print’.You do not want to be caught out.

A message of the reversed King of Wands is to take extra care of your health at this time, as stress and tension may incur headaches, shoulder and upper back pain.


Joanne Walmsley
Sacred Scribes

NUMEROLOGY  -  The Vibration and Energy of Numbers

ANGEL NUMBERS - Repeating Number Sequences



Generosity, honesty, loyalty, social, energy, ability, purpose in life, inner-strength, help, assistance, wisdom, knowledge, intelligence.


24 / 6 


4th to the 10th of December

20th of March to the 22 of April


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Raspberry Leaf aids pelvic circulation in the female reproductive organs and also aids in childbirth.

As an anti-inflammatory, Raspberry Leaf is used for fevers and is good for nausea and motion sickness.


The Queen of Wands indicates ‘woman’, negative aspects, passivity, response and emotion.

The Queen of Wands is a wise woman who is imaginative and intuitive whilst being independent and authoritive. She is one who is happy to give aid and assistance, but you must ask first. She has a strong personality and is intelligent and quick-witted.

The Queen of Wands depicts a woman who draws people towards her with her enigmatic personality. She is a sensible, helpful and sincere person who is willing to help … always.

The Queen of Wands is mature, intelligent and personable, and can be looked upon as a great support, confidante and guide. She is a lady who is open, relaxed, and receptive.

The woman depicted by the Queen of Wands has a love of home, animals, and growing things. She is kind, generous, and understanding and is a lady who is prepared to grow with her experiences.

The Queen of Wands is a proud woman who has the ability to be both loving and tyrannical. She represents a woman who is friendly, chaste, loving and honourable. The Queen of Wands depicts a woman who gives good advice and who is wise and has keen insight and intuition. This woman has a great love of home and family and takes duty and responsibility in her stride.

The Queen of Wands is a social, active and resourceful woman who can direct her energies in several directions at once. Outgoing and generous, the Queen of Wands has many friends and interests. She generally has a lovely family life and is successful in both business and personal ventures.

The Queen of Wands presents the image of a successful career woman who is able to effectively multi-task. She has sound business judgment and is kind and understanding.

Her tremendous energy is used constructively and within the scope of her capabilities. The Queen of Wands is well-aware of her limitations and does not attempt to over-step them.  She intuitively knows her personal abilities.

The Queen of Wands has a warm and loving energy. Because of this, she is most suited to careers involving the teaching, instructing or mentoring fields.

The Queen of Wands has a deep sense of order within, and can gain a great deal of information from a higher source.

The woman depicted by the Queen of Wands would make a brilliant entertainer of any kind as she enjoys the limelight and revels in being the centre of attention. This woman is not afraid of challenges, and has the spunk, intelligence and tenacity to either compete for corporate positions, and/or successfully run her own business.

On the negative side, the Queen of Wands can be a touch arrogant and egotistical. She may come across as proud, over-confident and somewhat vain.

The Queen of Wands is related to the energy of cats and the astrological sign of Leo  -  the Lion. The Lion is depicted on the Queen’s regal throne on the Tarot card. The Queen of Wands sometimes depicts a woman who is a Leo or Sagittarian.

The Queen of Wands relates to the number 24 / 6, which is the number of ‘service to mankind’.

The lesson of the Queen of Wands is to learn balance and maintain it.


When the Queen of Wands appears in a spread, the focus is on family matters and relationships.

Appearing in a reading, the Queen of Wands indicates that you will encounter a friendly and loving woman. This woman may bring you success in business and material gain.

In a reading, the Queen of Wands indicates a lady with keen insight and is cloaked in wisdom and shows someone who is ready to pass her experiences on to others.

The Queen of Wands in a reading implies that after a lull, your spiritual development will be renewed. It is important to seek advice from others at this time.

When the Queen of Wands appears in a spread, the qualities she represents will be brought to the fore.


With Two QUEENS of Any Suit:
When the Queen of Wands appears with any two Queens from any suit, it may indicate a meeting, gathering or celebration for women.

Two Queens in a spread may be indicating short-lived trouble with a female friend.

Three Queens in a reading indicates that you may participate in idle gossip.

Four Queens appearing in a reading may be indicating that gossip and/or slander, of which you are the victim.

With Many Other COURT Cards:
When the Queen of Wands appears with many other Court Cards, it indicates that many people are involved within a situation or issue.

With Many WANDS:
The Queen of Wands appearing with many Wand cards in a reading is indicating that changes, movement and activities are happening in your life.

With a PAGE, KNIGHT and/or KING
When the Queen of Wands appears in a reading with a Page, Knight and/or King, it generally indicates that she is related or connected to one or all of them.


Jealousy, deceit, a turned friend, false pride, snobbery, stupidity, interference, narrow-mindedness

The Queen of Wands, when working with the negative aspects of her personality, is a domineering and strict woman who manipulates people and situations to her own advantage. The reversed Queen of Wands is a woman of deceit and lies, and the distinct message when she appears in a reading reversed is to use caution when dealing with her.

Reversed, the Queen of Wands is someone who may become quickly impatient with those who show weakness.

The reversed Queen of Wands is often someone who thinks that she is efficient and organized, and who likes to be in control at all times. This may be mistaken for arrogance by those who resent her domineering and interfering attitude.  She may believe that others cannot manage efficiently or effectively without her influence, supervision and direction.

When the Queen of Wands appears reversed in a reading it may be indicating a woman who may be narrow-minded and closed-off. She can often come across as domineering and uncharitable, strict and bitter.

The Queen of Wands reversed may be implying an infidelity within a relationship, mistrust and deceit. Do not confide in this woman as it will come back to bite you.

Reversed, the Queen of Wands is reluctant to let others take the lead.


Joanne Walmsley
Sacred Scribes

NUMEROLOGY  -  The Vibration and Energy of Numbers

ANGEL NUMBERS - Repeating Number Sequences



Departure, absence, flight, emigration, movement, change of residence, non-conformity, decisions, changes, spirited personality, acceleration, movement, adventure/adventurer, excitement, unpredictability, creativity, enthusiasm, new ideas and concepts, encouragement, action, generosity.



25 / 7


29th of November to the 3rd of December

23rd of November to the 21st of December

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Aconite must only be used in special detoxified form which is available at Chinese pharmacies, or in minute homeopathic doses as it is very poisonous.


The Knight of Wands indicates youth, transition, struggle and conflict.

The Knight of Wands indicates someone who is a non-conformist and who needs to have personal freedom to work things through. The Knight of Wands is often impetuous and can be found in any walk of life. This person has a tendency to make sudden decisions, then acts quickly.

The Knight of Wands is usually an attractive, adventurous personality, although there may be a tendency towards wild and unpredictable behaviour.

The Knight of Wands is a great communicator who loves travel and taking risks. Powers of innovation allow him/her to devise brilliant schemes.

The Knight of Wands’ quest is for excitement, adventure and action. The Knight of Wands is intuitive, imaginative and intelligent  -  but can often be out of touch with their limits of reality.

The Knight of Wands indicates a person who will tackle any challenge. This person is a very helpful individual who is full of bright and lively new ideas, creative visions and concepts.  Their enthusiasm encourages others to take action. The Knight of Wands is able to imagine, then manifest successful business concepts.

The Knight of Wands is generous, creative and enthusiastic and genuinely loves living life to the full, encouraging others to do the same.

The Knight of Wands is related to the astrological sign of Sagittarius. This is evidenced through the enthusiasm and spirit of the characteristics of the mutable Fire sign.

The Knight of Wands relates to the number 25 / 7, and this number represents hidden power, truth and perfection. The Knight of Wands in its relation to 25 / 7 tells of gains through mastering and overcoming obstacles using Spiritual wisdom.

When the Knight of Wands appears in a spread, the message is that the spirit of adventure and action is about to enter your life.

The Knight of Wands tells of an involvement in new and challenging ventures. Holidays, adventures and lifestyle changes are indicated.

The Knight of Wands in a reading may indicate that a meeting of kindred spirits.

If there have been any situations that have been bothering you of late, the Knight of Wands indicates that issues will be resolved in your favour in quick time.

The presence of the Knight of Wands in a reading indicates that a present situation will soon change as the energy of the Knight of Wands ushers in sudden changes and energies.  Expect some advantageous thoughts, ideas and/or plans to do with business or the financial sector.

When the Knight of Wands appears in a reading it suggests that someone (possibly even yourself) is acting in an impulsive manner, and who is being hasty in their judgement. This person often rushes into situations before checking the details first.

The focus of the Knight of Wands is on the need to make important decisions and depicts someone who has a quest for passion and experience.

Appearing in a reading, the Knight of Wands may be implying that there will be travel, a trip or vacation by or over water or abroad. 

The Knight of Wands tells that changes may be happening in your life, which may even be a change of residence, a new relationship or new business venture or connection. If you are considering purchasing a new home or changing residence, the Knight of Wands signifies that now is the time to take steps towards this goal, or if you were to go ahead with the purchase, be assured that all will flow along smoothly.

When the Knight of Wands appears in a reading, you may find yourself receptive to prophetic visions at this time.

Appearing in a reading, the Knight of Wands tells that the realization of your goals is imminent and you should continue to have faith.


Two Knights appearing in a reading indicates mixed-messages or signal, that cause you to doubt the sincerity of a male friend.

Three Knights in a spread may be forewarning of heated arguments to come.

Four Knights appearing in a reading suggests verbal and/or physical violence and extreme abuse.

With Many COURT Cards:
When the Knight of Wands appears with many Court Cards in a reading, it may indicate that many people are involved in a situation.

With Many WANDS:
When the Knight of Wands appears in a reading with many other Wands, it indicates activities, movements and changes all round.

With Two Knights of Any Suit:
When the Knight of Wands appears in a reading with any two other Knights of any suit, it most often indicates situations to do with schools, colleges and all learning facilities.


Rupture, division, interruption, discord, conflict, stress, impatience, recklessness.

Appearing reversed, the Knight of Wands tells of a difficult and stressful time. A disastrous holiday or an unwise career move may also be signified.

The Knight of Wands reversed tells of someone who flits from project to project, starting many and finishing none.

The reversed Knight of Wands tells of a reckless, unreliable personality, always disrupting things and stirring up trouble.  This person is impatient and generally never finishes anything of any worth.

The Knight of Wands reversed may indicate a feeling of restriction and/or being on the back-foot. It may also indicate minor disputes and arguments.

The reversed Knight of Wands tells of a lack of energy, melancholy and a feeling of despondency. Frustration and indecision are making you feel trapped and restricted. You are asked to have a good think about what you really want to do with your life  -  then take the appropriate steps.

The reversed Knight of Wands may also be implying that jealousy and envy may be causing odd and out-of-character behaviour. This may need to be looked into further and dealt with accordingly.

When dealing with the reversed Knight of Wands, you are asked to use your intuition always, as this person can prove to be unreliable at times. Be wary to not allow this person to drag you into difficult or unpleasant situations.

The Knight of Wands reversed indicates that things that have been started have not yet been completed.

On an emotional level, the reversed Knight of Wands indicates falling quickly in and out of love.

The Knight of Wands reversed can indicate someone who loves ‘drama’ in their lives. If there is none, they will create it.  Reversed, it can indicate a person who rushed into things without thinking of the consequences.

When the Knight of Wands appears reversed in a spread, it is a clear message that it is not a favourable time to sign contracts of any kind. (Beware of the ‘fine print’). Go over all important documents carefully and ensure that all is how it should be. If in doubt, have them checked by a professional.

The Knight of Wands reversed can indicate mounting health issues due to undue stress and tension. It may also be showing a distinct lack of energy and stamina. Be aware of unexpected incidences, small accidents and clumsiness.
These are caused by not paying proper attention.


Joanne Walmsley
Sacred Scribes

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